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*HELP!* Unknown Android OS/Service Process Battery Drain
Well, three days ago this happened..
After some searching and troubleshooting, I've narrowed some stuff down but I don't know what could be the problem.
What is weird to me is that on the closeup line graph the second half plummets much faster than the first half. But at the same time, the second half doesn't nearly have as many wakelocks (as indicated by the "Awake" bar being basically completely empty during that time.
I have no idea what the mobile network colours represent but I never had this problem previously with it on all the time so this shouldn't be an issue. GPS is always on. Again, this was never an issue until supposedly now so this also shouldn't be an issue.
Now, the four big drainers are Cell Standby, Android System, Google Services, and Android OS. Cell Standby I know is due to a missplaced decimal point in the framework, so I know that's just false battery recording. Android System I don't have a clue what the problem is, I read somewhere it might have to deal with wakelocks. But it won't tell me what process exactly is causing battery drain. Google Services are well, google services. I don't know what are classified as google services exactly (like this was never a problem before..), and finally Android OS. Again, the battery statistics thing isn't nearly specific enough so I don't have an idea what the problem is here either.
If anyone has any tips, or fixes or anything then PLEASE, I'm all ears.
I am using the Samsung Galaxy S3, Jelly Bean 4.1.2